Break & Enter Arrests three males all of Winnipeg
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The Future is Binary © – On June 21, 2014 at approximately 2:30 a.m. members of the Winnipeg Police Service were patrolling in the area of Portage Avenue and Moray Street. It was at this time three males on bicycles, observed to be riding on the sidewalk, were stopped and spoken with. Officers learned that the three had been involved in a mini crime spree which had occurred earlier that night.
All three were arrested and later turned over to District 2 Crime Unit members. Further investigation revealed that the three were responsible for the following:
100 block of Dromore Avenue – broke into an attached garage, cut through locks & chains and stole 3 mountain bikes.
3300 block of Roblin Boulevard – cut through a cable lock and stole a mountain bike.
3400 block of Vialoux Drive – cut through a bike lock and stole a mountain bike.
300 block of Laxdal Street – broke into an unlocked vehicle and stole loose change.
1st 100 block of Bramble Drive – broke into two unlocked vehicles and stole loose change. Used the garage door opener from one of the vehicles to enter a garage – nothing was stolen from the garage.
1st 100 block of Sammons Crescent – broke into three unlocked vehicles, stealing loose change and other property. One of the vehicles contained a garage remote which the three used to enter the garage and steal a skateboard and mountain bike.
The three males, 15, 17 & 18 years of age, all of Winnipeg have been charged with several property related offences for their alleged involvement. The 17 & 18 year olds were also charged with court order related breaches.
All three were detained in custody.